Thursday, May 21, 2015

Totally Reasonable Guy Ran Around An Airport Naked Because His Flight Was Overbooked




Overbook your flight, deal with some dude's dick.

 Charlotte Douglas International Airport got pretty decent eyeful Wednesday morning when a man lost his sh*t because he wasn't going to be able to fly to Jamaica. US Airways, in all their wisdom, had overbooked the flight. 

According to eyewitness Sherry Ketchie, when our hero first heard the terrible news, he was piiiiiiised. 

"He had his clothes on, at that point, and then he started standing there with his arms crossed and hollering at the lady at the desk," Sherry Ketchie told WBTV.

Yes, very reasonable response when someone is standing in the way of your island vacation. 

But then, things got irie, mon. 

 "He stood there for a moment and then started taking off his clothes. I ain't never seen nothing [like that] in my life."

Of course he was pissed, he really needed to even out that leg tan.


From that point on naked guy went into full silent mode, and everyone else just sort of slowly backed away. 

Not Sherrie though, she came running when she heard tell of a naked guy at the airport.

"I seen some people running and I was wondering what they was running from and people were standing there snickering, so I walked over and [an airport employee] told me the man was angry over the Jamaican flight." 

Despite being initially surrounded by security, Sherrie says the guy managed to take a naked tour of the concourse. 

Walk out with your cock out.


"I was not expecting to see nothing like that, I've never seen nothing like that at Charlotte Douglas airport. Never," Sherrie said. "And that's when I got out my phone and started taking pictures."

Good job, citizen. 

Somehow, naked dude managed to put on an hour long free show before police eventually dragged him out of there. 

Look at the size of those feet.


Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police say he will not be facing charges, and referred to his activity as a medical issue. They've probably also been on an overbooked flight.